Wole Soyinka: Political Contexts Overview
Ake: The Years of Childhood
, World War Two, and Post-Colonial Literature
World War II and Personal History in Wole Soyinka's
Imagery and the Inseperability of Precolonial, Colonial, and Postcolonial in
Colonialism in Soyinka and Conrad
Soyinka's Pessimism in "Procession"
Wole Soyinka's "Purgatory"
"Ever-Ready Bank Accounts"
The Image of Bread in "Relief"
"Relief (or Wedding in a Minor Key)"
"When Seasons Change" as a Cry Against the Past
Who are the "Men Over the Wall"?
Interviews (with Soyinka)
"Take a Stand, Mandela!"
(Interview with Soyinka)
Claude Ake, Director, Centre for Advanced Social Sciences, Part Harcourt, Nigeria
The Democratization of Disempowerment in Africa
Last Modified: 18 March, 2002